An Oklahoma couple reportedly had sex as their victim, whom they beat with a crowbar, was dying a few feet away.

Officers in Tulsa found the severely beaten body of Sarah Maguire, 29, as she carried out a welfare check at her home on Tuesday, the Tulsa Police Department said in a statement. Press release.

“When officers arrived, they found Maguire dead from blunt trauma inside her home,” they said. “Maguire’s car and other personal items were missing. “

Investigators managed to locate Maguire’s vehicle a white Dodge Charger, according to Fox23 in Tulsa – in Fayetteville, Arkansas where Brinlee Denison, 25, and Nicholas Johnson, 28, were found sleeping inside a Whataburger, the Daily beast reported. The couple would used one of Maguire’s stolen credit cards at Whataburger.

They were arrested on the spot.

Detectives recommend that the two be charged with first degree murder, according to Tulsa police. They noted that both will be extradited to Tulsa “in the near future” where charges against them will be formally filed.

Johnson and Denison both reportedly confessed to beating Maguire to death with a crowbar before stealing his car and credit cards, Fox23 reports. These cards would have been used to finance their getaway.

The motive for the murder appears to be Johnson’s jealousy.

Denison was reportedly “in a relationship with the victim,” but she is also romantically involved with Johnson, according to an affidavit obtained by local point of sale KNWA. Johnson reportedly told investigators he was jealous of Denison and Maguire’s relationship, Fox23 reports.

He also reportedly said that Denison had helped him plan the murder of his lover, Maguire.

Johnson further allegedly told investigators that he and Denison “had sex in the victim’s bed after the murder” and that “he could still hear the victim in the living room struggling for a living, while he was having problems. sex with Denison in the bedroom “. according to KNWA.

The couple are being held on $ 1 million bail for murder and an additional $ 10,000 for auto theft each. We don’t know if they have lawyers.

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